Cellular Third-Party Retailers
Are you an employee of a non-corporate Third-Party Retailer selling T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, Boost Mobile services or products? Our firm is investigating potentially illegal pay practices of such Third-Party Retailers. These practices include:
- Manager and Assistant Manager Misclassification. Your employer paid you a salary and no overtime wages, but you did not supervise two or more other employees at least 80 hours a week, or required you to perform the same work regularly performed by hourly employees. Or, your employer deducted money from your salary, destroying your salary basis. If this occurred, you might have been misclassified as a “manager” or “assistant manager” and may be entitled to owed overtime, penalties and interest.
- Regular Rate Miscalculation. Your employer did not increase your hourly rate of pay for determining your overtime rate when you earned bonuses or commissions.
- Non-Payment of Overtime. You worked more than 40 hours in one or more work weeks and were paid your straight time rate of pay for all hours worked.
- Illegal Deductions and Charge Backs from Wages.Under some state laws, it may be illegal for your employer to make certain deductions from your wages.
If you worked for cellular third-party retailer (e.g., Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Boost Mobile) and have questions about how you are or were paid, please contact Werman Salas P.C.